Our obvious issue [is] we're a family people have heard of. There's eight kids [and] it's really loud and stressful in my house.I mean, anybody that can kind of work through all that, you know, that's a lot of gates there they gotta get through." Kate may not have her love life as a priority, but she said that her children, who still see and speak to their dad from time to time, are starting to ask questions. Kate Gosselin may be famous for being the world's busiest helicopter parent, but that's about where her association with the aircraft stops.

I do think it's best for them, but, you know, divorce is hard, period.

But it's really difficult when one parent is in the sabotaging mode.

But Kate's not the only one too chicken to watch the chopper intentionally crash and burn — okay, crash and sink — 16-year-old twins Mady and Cara sit out due to the risk of water ruining their makeup. Luckily, the older half of the TLC fam isn't about to spoil Aaden, Alexis, Hannah, Joel, and Leah's fun!!

That's because in Tuesday night's all-new , the mother-of-eight flat out refuses to take part in a casual family helicopter crash simulation — Ya know, on second thought… Video: Jon Gosselin Says He Hasn't Seen Collin In 1.5 Years!

Related: Jon Gosselin Is Reportedly Seeking Joint Custody!

During Tuesday night's episode of the TLC docuseries, Kate took all her kids — minus her missing son Collin — to a park to play their version of (aka dodgeball with NERF bows and arrows).

However, the dysfunctional family couldn't even get to the game before they started fighting…

because even picking teams was a chore for the single momma.

It didn't help that Cara, Mady, and Hannah all actively didn't want to be stuck with her, though… Ch-ch-check out the highlight of Tuesday night's recently, but at least she knows where all eight kids are at the moment.

Well, that may no longer be the case if Jon Gosselin has any say in the matter — because we're hearing he's seeking joint custody!

Related: Kate Reportedly Investigated For Child Abuse Earlier This Year Well, to shine more light on the 12-year-old's enrollment in a live-in treatment center for his special needs, the 41-year-old spoke to .